Patna High Court Directs Bihar DGP To Produce Sahara Chief Subrata Roy Before It On May 16 – What We Know!

Patna High Court Directs Bihar Top Cop To Produce Sahara Chief Before It On May 16

The order mentioned the Court docket has no choice however to order manufacturing of Subrata Roy Sahara bodily.

Patna:

The Patna Excessive Court docket on Friday directed the Director Normal of Police (DGP) Bihar to supply Sahara chief Subrata Roy bodily earlier than the court docket at 10.30 am on Could 16 and requested the Uttar Pradesh Police chief and the Delhi police commissioner to cooperate within the matter.

The bench of Justice Sandeep Kumar, whereas listening to a number of anticipatory bail purposes filed in dishonest circumstances dedicated by non-banking finance corporations (NBFCs), issued the order after Mr Roy failed to show up regardless of the court docket’s instruction for his bodily look.

Mr Roy was anticipated to seem earlier than the court docket on Thursday to clarify how he would return crores of rupees of buyers from Bihar. Over 2,000 circumstances of buyers, together with attorneys, have been filed within the Patna excessive court docket for the return of matured quantities accruing from deposits by small buyers.

The Excessive Court docket in its order mentioned, “Evidently Subrata Roy Sahara has no respect for the orders of this Court docket and he thinks that he’s above this Court docket. Regardless of numerous probabilities given to Roy, he has failed to seem earlier than this Court docket”.

The order mentioned the Court docket has no choice, however to order manufacturing of Subrata Roy Sahara bodily on this Court docket on Could 16 (Monday) at 10:30 am.

It added, “The DGP, Bihar, is directed to supply Subrata Roy Sahara on this Court docket on Could 16. The Commissioner of Police, Delhi and the DGP of UP will co-operate with the DGP of Bihar on this matter”.

The Excessive Court docket bench reacted to the submission of Mr Roy’s counsel for exemption from private look on medical grounds.

The court docket went on to state, “It was by no means its intention to coerce the petitioner to seem. The intention of the Court docket was and is the refund of the hard-earned cash of most of the people at massive significantly of the State of Bihar.” 

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